Daiwa Opus Plus Bite and Run Reels
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The Daiwa Opus Plus Reel is a tremendous reel for the cost. These large, extra-capacity reels can be used for surf, pier, jetty or boat use. Saltwater, big cats, sturgeon or paddlefish,are no match for this reel. With pre selected drag tension for when your ready to set the hook, making this reel so convenient to use. They are comfortable and durable saltwater reels part of the Bite'N Run Daiwa series.
- Smooth, main drag with front adjustment
- Air Bail
- Automatic Bite N'Run clutch
- Infinite Anti-Reverse
- ABS Spool design
- Twist Buster line twist reduction
- ABS aluminum spool
- Machine Cut Anodized aluminum handle with soft touch handle knob
- Digigear digital gear design
Affordable Bait Runner
February 24, 2016
I was looking for a reel with the baitrunner option for Hudson River Striper fishing. At $59.99 it is one of the cheapest reels with a baitrunner option i could find. So far so good!
By Todd eadie
Dont buy it for salt water!
February 23, 2016
The reel has a very weak plastic used for reel foot. If you catch a fish 20lb or above, the whole reel will flex at the reel foot. crap
December 18, 2013
good reel with tons of drag, only down side is the minor flex in the reel seat but that doesn't bother me. really wish there was a braid spool for this one.
Prosgood value, good capacity, awesome drag.
Conscan use a braid spool, can use some reinforcement to the reel foot and stalk, minor play in the spool.
reel foot problem
March 23, 2013
purchased the 4000 size for inshore saltwater fishing.I installed it on a star steller lite 7 foot 10-20 lb line rating rod. The reel foot is so thin it is moving inside the reel seat.I do not want to go any lighter on the rod because it won't match properly.My only option is to install some tape or other material to tighten it up,something i do not want to do after spending 215 dollars.
Prosperfect line lay,good drag,light weight.
Consreel foot moving inside reel seat.body of reel feels like cheap plastic.Daiwa calls it composite.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Long Island, New York asked:
August 22, 2012
Is this reel the replacement to the Sealine Black BRi? If so is it a better reel overall?
Yes they are. Specs wise they look to be much improved but they are not out yet so I haven't gotten to see them.
on August 28, 2012